On 24th March, 2005, a revision has been made to the Act on the Promotion of Special Educ
ation Promotion Law for the Handicapped Students in Korea, redefining and enlarging the defini
tions of disabilities in step with the world’s trend. In doing so, Korea has laid an important fou
ndation for students with health impairments rights to an education. However, according to several researches performed and observations made on the practice of hospital school , there still remains a lot to be done. Education materials and administrative regulations for students with health impairments are still in great need for improvement. In this study, we will review Germany’s education program for students with health impairments, and its administration. Germany has a long history of developing special education program and currently maintains a large number of hospital schools. This study will provide some basic compilation of facts that can be used to help establish, constitutionally and institutionally, a basis for an effective protection of educational rights for students with health impairments. The study reveals that the hospital schools in Germany are already being classified as a special school within the special education system. There are also a diverse range of students receiving the educational service as handicapped students. In addition, the faculty of professors and the manner in which the students with health impairments receive their classes are diverse. More importantly, the cooperation among the hospital school, hospital and the original school is legally bound.